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House of Numbers

1957, Drama, 1h 32m

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San Quentin convict Arnie Judlow (Jack Palance) has devised an almost foolproof plan to break out of prison. The scheme involves Arnie's wife, Ruth (Barbara Lang), and his twin brother, Bill (also Palance), posing as husband and wife on a visit to the prison, at which point the brothers will switch places. But Ruth threatens to put the kibosh on the entire operation when her allegiance to her cell-bound husband is tested by a budding romance with Bill.

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  • Feb 20, 2021
    I can't quite pinpoint what's wrong with this picture... it feels like the moviemaking is indifferent. The script itself lacks depth. The premise offered possibilities and the cast was capable of offering more than delivered. Nonetheless, the film is worth watching., particularly because of Barbara Lang. She was considered a B-movie version of Marilyn Monroe and has a fascinating and sad personal story.
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